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SOTHEBY'S SALE OF MASTERPIECES TOTALS ALMOST 32 MILLION GBP
07 July 2016
Category : MARKET

Including Old Master paintings, sculpture and works of art,masterpieces offered for sale at Sotheby's on July 5 and 6,2016 sold for a combined 31,831,191 GBP with auction records for works by Marten van Cleve the Elder, Niccolo di der Sozzo, Pacino di Bonaguida, Barthel Beham, Jean-Etienne Liotard, Louis-Gabriel Blanchet, Dominic Serres, Peter Lely and Jan Brueghel the Elder.

Unseen for almost 250 years on the market, Jean-Etienne Liotard's "A Dutch girl at Breakfast" sold for 4,405,000 GBP,However at its low estimate, while Jan Brueghel the Elder still life of flowers in a stoneware vase, a work restituted to The Rothschild family after it hang in the National Gallery in Prague,  went for 3,845,000 GBP.

Not seen on public display since 1823, a large oil sketch by Peter-Paul Rubens titled "the Chariot of Apollo" was hammered down at 1,145,000 GBP, "The Miracle of the Tomb of Saint Proculus" by Pacino di Bonaguida went for 425,000 GBP, the superb Orpheus Cup from the collection of Baron Lionel de Rothschild (1808-1879) made in Augsburg around 1600 culminated at 1,061,000 GBP, an ormolu and enamel musical automaton jardiniere table clock Probably made in the Chinese workshops of Guangzhou with a movement signed by the London clockmaker, Robert Philp, circa 1785, made £1,025,000 against a high estimate of 600,000 and a chalk drawing on paper showing the  self-portrait  by Sir Peter Lely (1618-1680) Jumped to a record 869,000 GBP while a wood bust Bust of a Nobleman, possibly Ludwig V., Elector Palatine, Southern German, probably Augsburg, circa 1520-1535, sold for 629,000 GBP.

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